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Did Anti-Gay Bias Play a Role in Guilty Verdict?

By Jason Parsley | Wednesday Apr 2, 2014
In a trial that had nothing to do with sexual orientation, that issue suddenly became the focus after an alternate juror accused another juror of anti-gay bias against Mario Careaga, who was convicted last week of a DUI manslaughter.

Critics: Will Supreme Court’s Catholic Majority Bring Faith to Rulings?

By Maryclaire Dale | Wednesday Oct 21, 2009
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito voiced frustration Tuesday over what he called persistent questions about the court’s Roman Catholic majority.
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